Sonata Notes – Learning Trends 2019-01-02T16:23:52+00:00

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Insights on learning best practices and trends.

Sonata Notes: Is Training Ever “One and Done”? Affordable Ways to Extended Learning

For many NGOs, the standard training model is to fly people across continents and oceans to attend in-person workshops, but is this approach sustainable? And what are the alternatives?

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Sonata Notes: How to Encourage More Learning with Less “Training”

By taking a systematic approach to "informal" learning, you can meet the majority of your organization’s learning needs without a massive capital investment in training.

By | January 3rd, 2019|Categories: Sonata Notes|Tags: , |Comments Off on Sonata Notes: How to Encourage More Learning with Less “Training”

Sonata Notes: Are Potential Woman Leaders Discouraged By Your Leadership Training?

The way leadership training is typically designed and delivered in most organizations does not favor women’s success. Fortunately, there are steps organizations can take to make leadership training more gender-inclusive:

By | June 28th, 2018|Categories: Sonata Notes|Tags: , |Comments Off on Sonata Notes: Are Potential Woman Leaders Discouraged By Your Leadership Training?

Sonata Notes: What Can NGOs Do to Help Refugees Acquire Critical Job Skills?

Despite the hysterics of far-right nationalists, influxes of refugees have the potential to positively impact economies all over the world.  Yet many refugees find themselves at a disadvantage when compared to native workers, because they did not have the opportunity to develop crucial job skills in their birth countries.  

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Sonata Notes: Should We Stop Using Facebook for Learning?

Since 2004, Facebook has grown from a networking site for Harvard students to a multibillion-dollar empire encompassing both its flagship platform and newer acquisitions like Instagram and WhatsApp, with billions of users of all ages in every part of the world. But, with the revelation that the personal data of at least 50 million users was secretly harvested by a consulting firm working for the Trump campaign, users are having major doubts about whether Facebook can protect their privacy – or if they’re even trying.

By | April 23rd, 2018|Categories: Sonata Notes|Tags: , |Comments Off on Sonata Notes: Should We Stop Using Facebook for Learning?

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